How to Make Your Tastebuds Sing with Delight

 

If you have a large, good quality frying pan, this meal goes together in minutes.

Leftover cooked noodles from Stroganoff

Leftover spinach

Fresh sliced mushrooms, diced onions, diced red pepper

The raw veggies will cook up appropriately in the time it takes for the dish to be completed, so don’t worry that some items are cooked and some are raw.

NOTE:  I dislike raw onions, so you KNOW they cooked up properly!

 

When everything is cooked/heated through, add whatever seasonings float your boat, a couple of beaten eggs, and some shredded cheese – whatever kind you have on hand.  Another three minutes, and you have this lovely meal to feast upon.

I added fresh tomato salsa on one side; green tomatillo salsa on the other, and then popped on a few tortilla chips for crunch.  (Must have crunch!)  The Tabasco lurking in the background was used generously on DH’s portion because  – well – NOLA Boy!

The raspberries were such a lovely ending for this lunch.  ;->

PS:  This is a wonderful way to keep the contents to a minimum if you are working with a small refrigerator.  Almost anything can be added to noodles, pasta, potatoes, rice, or any other grain to make a nutritious and filling dish that is quick to prepare and requires very little clean up.  Just keep a few bottles/jars of interesting condiments on hand to appropriately jazz up your food.

 

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About judilyn

RV'er, foody, caregiver, knowledge seeker
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6 Responses to How to Make Your Tastebuds Sing with Delight

  1. Nice way to add flavor to noodles. 🙂

  2. taphian says:

    great idea, Judie, looks fantastic and was probably delicious as usual. Hope you’re fine, have a nice weekend, virtual hugs Mitza

    • judilyn says:

      Everything is hunky dory here – weather is fantastic. It’s almost 80 degrees now, but the low humidity makes that totally tolerable. The air conditioner doesn’t even want to come on until the afternoon.

      Hope you are doing well. Are you still looking for a new house?

  3. chefkreso says:

    So simple to make, and great use of leftovers 😀

    • judilyn says:

      If I had to make EVERY meal from total scratch, it would be a lot more difficult. But I so frequently have PLANNED overs that making really good meals is pretty pain free!

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